Isabella Santo Domingo

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Isabella Santo Domingo (or Myriam Isabel Santodomingo, born March 28, 1968 in Barranquilla) is a Colombian actress, writer and daughter of Luis Alberto Santo Domingo Molina and Miryam Martínez and mother of Daniella Ossa.

Career[edit]

She has worked as an actress, presenter, journalist, playwright, writer, she also won/was nominated for the following awards: Simón Bolívar [clarification needed], Premios TVyNovelas, India Catalina y Midia de España in the category of Best Actress. She also the director of the journals: Shock and Carrusel. She also created and founded Shock Music Awards (Premios Shock de la Musica). She's author of three best-sellers: Los Caballeros Las Prefieren Brutas, A.M. y F.M and Sexorcismo.

Currently, Isabella is writing her fourth book and she is also in the jury of a reality show called Protagonistas de Nuestra Tele by RCN TV, and is also involved in the production of the second season of the series Los Caballeros Las Prefieren Brutas, which is being produced and filmed in Colombia by Sony Entertainment Television.

Recently, she had an idea and decided to spread the initiative D.A.R (Donar, Ayudar, Recaudar) por Colombia around the social network Twitter in order to help people whose lives have been affected by the rain season in Colombia. After only one week, Isabella had gained the attention of artists like Sofia Vergara, Juanes, Shakira and of sportsmen like Edgar Renteria and Juan Pablo Angel, who donated some of their personal values in order to help Isabella raise around $350,000 USD needed to help the people in need.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role
2011 "Los Caballeros Las Prefieren Brutas (2da Temporada) ” Rut Castro
2011 Espejos” (Pelicula) Esther
2010 Decisiones “El Hijo del alma” Elsa
2008 Chance Gloria (Protagonist)
20-- El Trato Esperanza (Protagonist)
20-- Colombianos Sara Domínguez (Protagonist)
20-- Kalibre 35 Estrella
20-- Por Amor a Gloria Carolina (Antagonist)
20-- La Saga Ana Maria
20-- Me Muero Por Ti Kika (Protagonist)
1998 Perro Amor Camila Brando (Antagonist)
1997 Fuego Verde Maria Victoria
1996 Eternamente Manuela Roberta (Antagonist)
1995 Momposina Coralina Lux (Antagonist)
1994 Tentaciones Luzbella (Protagonist)

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